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With the power of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, I can’t help but wonder about changes creeping into public life here. (To envision this in the USA, imagine if Pat Robertson won the presidency and his friends controlled Congress.) Like...
Tags: Islam, Cairo (Egypt), Egypt, Breads, U.S. Congress
ANTAKYA, Turkey — In newly printed textbooks at dozens of Syrian refugee schools, a small piece of Middle East geography has been amended. Seventy-five years ago, Turkey annexed the northern Syrian territory of Hatay against the will of Syria, but...
BEIRUT -- A Syrian rebel commander who led the opposition Free Syrian Army for more than a year was wounded by a bomb planted in his car Sunday. Col. Riad Asaad, who defected from the country's air force and fled to Turkey in 2011, was in the eastern...
JERUSALEM – Spurred by President Obama as he concluded his three-day visit to Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu formally apologized to Turkey over the 2010 killing by Israeli soldiers of nine Turkish activists aboard a Gaza Strip-bound...
Beef/Cattle: Snow in Plains States brings some drought relief but adversely impacts cattle feeding and meat processing, boosting fed cattle and beef prices. The snow also resulted in increased demand for feeder cattle for summer grazing, improving...
Tags: Japan, Turkey (animal)
This post has a correction. See bottom of article for details.Rugs have been appearing on shoulders and wrists and backs, carried as colorful, one-of-a-kind purses and handbags. These modern carpetbags use kilim (flat weave), dhurries (hand-woven, vegetable-dyed cotton), suzani (embroidered cotton or silk) and...
Tags: Southeast Asia
Planet Sub is taking to Facebook to help those not lucky enough to be heading out to a tropical paradise this Spring Break. While the forecast may not have any palm trees or white sandy beaches for us here in Wichita, Planet Sub has come up with...
ATHENS -- Scrambling to stave off a chaotic government default and exit from Europe’s single currency club, Cyprus’ beleaguered government on Tuesday proposed a revised plan to shield small account holders from a divisive tax on bank accounts,...
This post has been updated. Please see note below. BEIRUT — Syrian warplanes bombed a remote area of Lebanon along the border with Syria on Monday, just days after the Syrian government warned that its patience was wearing thin with the cross-...
BEIRUT — The number of Syrian refugees, who already total more than 1 million, could double or even triple this year if the conflict continues unabated, the United Nations top refugee official said Sunday. “If this escalation goes on...
Tags: Bashar Assad, United Nations, Politics, Refugee
Orlando Opinionators - Orlando SentinelBenedict XVI begins to consider his legacy as pope while the cardinals prepare for their conclave in which the next pope will be chosen. As the conclave considers its future leader the question remains: will they choose a pope from the Southern Hemisphere...
South Bend TribuneHoosiers who enjoy fishing in Michigan better savor it this year. If new license fees are approved, it will cost you a lot more in 2014. Gov. Rick Snyder wants the Michigan DNR to reduce its different types of licenses from 227 to 31 and increase...
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